Hello current and future leaders!

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Hope you all are excited to attend FUSD’s high school leadership conference ‘League of Leaders.’ At this conference, you will have the opportunity to both improve as leaders as well as network with leaders across the district.

Arrival Instructions:

- Arrival time is 7:00 AM. Please be punctual —> early is on time!
- Parking is in the main parking lot indicated below. 
- After you park, head over to the Valhalla theater where you will get your 'LOL' school shirt. 
 

 There will be an Irvington student leading you from workshop to workshop, but here is a labeled map of campus in case you ever need it.  As you can see, parking is in the main parking lot! Please don’t go beyond towards the sports fields to park. 

There will be an Irvington student leading you from workshop to workshop, but here is a labeled map of campus in case you ever need it.

As you can see, parking is in the main parking lot! Please don’t go beyond towards the sports fields to park. 

What to Bring:

- A bag
- Bottle of water
- Snacks/lunch if you want (pizza will be provided at lunchtime though!)
- Pen/Pencil (important for workshops)
- AN OPEN MIND :o

(Keep in mind you’ll be changing into an ‘LOL’ shirt when you get to Irvington)

LOL Schedule

Arrival (Receive Shirts + Nametags): 7:00 am

Chant Creation 7:00 am - 7:25 am

Opening 7:30 am - 8:25 am (VAL)

Rotation 1  ------- 8:35 am - 9:15 am

Rotation 2 ------- 9:20 am - 9:50 am

Rotation 3 ------- 9:55 am - 10:25 am

Rotation 4 ------- 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Rotation 5 ------- 11:05 am - 11:35 am

Table Shuffle ---- 11:40 am - 12:25 pm (CAF)

Lunch ----------- 12:30 pm - 1:05 pm

Rotation 6 -------- 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm

Rotation 7 -------- 1:45 pm - 2:15 pm

Close ------------ 2:20 pm - 2:35 pm (CAF)

 Workshop 1: Small Gym B  Workshop 2: Small Gym A  Workshop 3: Black Box  Workshop 4: 132 (4)  Workshop 5: NMHS: Cafe B  Workshop 6: Cafe A  Workshop 7: 104 B

Workshop 1: Small Gym B

Workshop 2: Small Gym A

Workshop 3: Black Box

Workshop 4: 132 (4)

Workshop 5: NMHS: Cafe B

Workshop 6: Cafe A

Workshop 7: 104 B

Roundtables

1 - JFKHS Staff and Student Recognition

2 - JFKHS Club Rush

3 - NMHS HATS (Hands Across Time and Space): Newark Memorial's motto for their multicultural week/assembly to signify unity!

4 - JFKHS Niche Activities

5 - JFKHS Special Ed Recognition

6 - WHS Spirit Week: How WHS fills their spirit week to the brim with fun and memorable events/activities

7 - WHS Binder System/How-to Videos: How WHS effectively passes knowledge on to the new school year's group of student leaders through documentation

8 - WHS Alumni: How WHS has been able to keep their graduates involved in their school's present and future success

9 - WHS Community Outreach: Some of the ways that WHS has used resources to galvanize the student body into giving back to the community

10 - AHS Battle of the Bands: Class Band Contests

11 - AHS Nest of Honor: Student Recogntion

12 - AHS FREEDMs: Lunch Raves

13 - AHS Lip Dub: School-wide music video with all students and extracurriculars

14 - MSJHS Student Store: How MSJHS's student store functions, ideas of what to sell, and how to do shifts

15 - MSJHS HCX/Homecoming Court: How MSJHS plans their homecoming dance, and how they innovated their HC court this year

16 - MSJHS Town Hall: Discussing ideas on how we can take in student feedback and discuss solutions with the student body to progress

17 - MSJHS Multicultural Week: What makes it successful/things to look out for when including food sales in an event

18 - NMHS Food Faire: Various clubs and graduation classes selling food to fundraise

19 - NMHS Athletics: How NMHS develops community service events while also practicing for each respected sport

20 - NMHS PAWS (ProActive WorkShops): implemented in NMHS to give students a flex period to make up quizzes/tests/homework

21 - IHS Edjoycation: A diverse set of ways to reduce student stress on campus

22 - IHS Students In Action (SIA): How to revolutionize service in your school by joining a national program

23 - IHS Public Forums: How to effectively be representative of your student body through an interactive, welcoming way of gathering feedback and discussing school issues

24 - IHS Staff/Teacher Outreach: How to effectively reach out to your staff and teachers

25 - IHS Publicity Outreach: How to organize all types of publicity on different media platforms to ASB members, students, parents, and teachers

26 - IHS LINK Crew: How upperclassmen can help freshman transition from middle school to high school, as well as instill a sense of community in freshman.

27 - CADA/CASL: How to get your school to become a CADA school and get involved in CASL/CADA in general + importance of quality leadership training

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